If you haven't picked up a copy of this week's Redbrick yet, check out what's been happening the sport pages here.
American Football - Josh Hunt met up with Birmingham Lions head coach Wayne Hill and key player Greg Freeman to see how the team have been preparing ahead of Xplosion next week
Athletics - Olympic gold medallist Haile Gebrselassie won the half-marathon Great Birmingham Run, setting the competition's fastest ever time of 61 minutes and 29 seconds. Gemma Steel won the women's event in 72 minutes and 21 seconds
Badminton - Birmingham women 1sts 8-0 Manchester women 1sts - a comfortable start to the season against the newly promoted side
Fencing - Birmingham women 127-118 York women - Brum held their nerve to snatch a close encounter against a side boasting two British internationals
Hockey - Birmingham men 1sts 2-2 Nottingham Trent men 1sts - A hard fought encounter ended as a draw after Birmingham failed to hold on to a two goal lead
Rugby - Birmingham men 1sts 19-11 Manchester men 1sts - The rugby team responded to last week's poor performance by battling to victory over a tough Manchester side
Squash - Birmingham 0-5 Benz-Bavarian Duffield - The hosts were overcome by a dominant all-stars team, featuring world number 1 Nick Matthew, in front of a big crowd at Munrow